Dozing with Dinos Sibling Overnight Event
Children’s Cancer Fund of New Mexico is hosting a sibling only event on August 10, 2017! As the doors close and the lights dim, Children’s Cancer Fund staff and APS teachers will chaperone and lead siblings throughout the museum in search of a variety of adventures and fun activities. We will watch a film in the DynaTheater, and as the night comes to a magical close, groups can settle down beneath Stan, the 12-foot T-Rex, snore with giant mammoths and saber-tooth cats in the Ice Age exhibit, or enjoy sleeping in many of the other darkened exhibit halls! Applications due by July 21!
Dinner, snacks, and breakfast will be provided. Sleeping bags will be provided to FIRST TIME attendees only! (If your child attended event last year, please bring dino sleeping bag to use).
Children should bring: pillow, pajamas, toothbrush, slippers, floor mat is optional.
Siblings ages 10 -18 years old.
Drop Off: Between 5:00 – 5:30 PM at NM Museum of Natural History (1801 Mountain Rd. NW)
Pick Up: Children must be picked up by 8:00 AM.